Captintut From United States of America, joined May 2005, 346 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (3 years 7 months 5 days 18 hours ago) and read 29602 times:
Quoting KFlyer (Reply 10): It was SU-GBP - 'Nefertiti' - B777-200ER LN71. Was scheduled for MS667 CAI-JED. Passengers were flown out on a different aircraft at 1343L (original ETD 0915L).
That was indeed the plane... I had a friend of mine that works in public relation and she told me that the smoke was filing up the tube and only one door was used to escort pax off.. I'm sure there are lots of questions and i don't want to go in speculations on what happen or why emergency doors were not deployed... I will keep you guys posted as I get more info.
aa61hvy From United States of America, joined Nov 1999, 13977 posts, RR: 56
Reply 20, posted (3 years 7 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 26917 times:
Quoting mir2069 (Reply 17): plus 2 DL mad dog engine blow ups this week alone?
plus DL took out 4 frames in taxiing (1-a333/763/738/cr900) this doesnt include the AF A380 incicdent
Whatis going on @ maintenance
AA MD80 lost an engine on takeoff at DFW too this week (going to ONT), pilot declared an emergency. Heard it live on an ATC feed.
No it' still there. I'm a bit confused by what they were trying to do with that baggage loader type thing near the cockpit.
Also, for what it is worth, here is the Facebook comment from that video translated (badly) from Arabic to English. Make of it what you will.
"EgyptAir B772 SU-GBP MS667 Gate F7
to save 300 passengers after a fire in the cockpit passenger plane belonging to Egypt Air on Friday due to short circuit, and is currently control the fire after the evacuation of 300 passengers were on the m Ten aircraft. "During the willingness of the commander of the Egyptian plane Boeing 777 for takeoff trip No. 667 of the Cairo International Airport to Jeddah, was surprised by the occurrence of fire in the cabin stood up under the supervision of the crew unloaded the passengers and the 300 pilgrims to the transit hall."
The civil defense forces to control the fire and the passengers and their baggage safely, but The cabin of the aircraft suffered substantial damage as a center of the fire. And are now cooling the plane.
Operations Center told the occurrence of fire cabin leadership aircraft of Egypt Air and spread to other parts of the plane was immediately evacuated the passengers and there have been some cases of suffocation and the occurrence of serious damage by air and, unfortunately, lack of control over fire, cutting down the plane of the 777/200 to quell the fire was completely control the fire before it spread to the building and our Lord compensates the EgyptAir plane and Praise God that the plane was on site 7 did not take off only after the disaster. The plane was called Nefertiti and the new company received in 1997"
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CX Flyboy From Hong Kong, joined Dec 1999, 6665 posts, RR: 55
Reply 24, posted (3 years 7 months 5 days 11 hours ago) and read 23637 times:
I wonder how big the fire was? If the fire crews were up in the flightdeck pouring water or foam everywhere then I wonder if given the age of this 777 and the fact they were trying to lease out their 77Es, whether they will even bother fixing it.
: Okay I was just watching the News Headlines on National TV, and there was no mention whatsoever of this incident.
: Found a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYV_K...AI5g&feature=player_embedded#at=13 But it seems to have been taking in the early stages, bef
: Is this aircraft still intact or not ? The good side of this is that MS probably won't suffer any capacity problems as they have cut down the network.
: OK, I know about the BA crash at LHR, what other 777 hull loss has occurred?
: According to aviation-safety.net only that one. But their is a total of 7 occurrences in the db http://aviation-safety.net/database/type/type.php?typ